Our experts will conduct a thorough review of your policies and processes, ensuring that you are compliant and following current legislation.
Breaching employment standards can result in $50,000 fines for individuals or $100,000 for a company. Directors or senior managers can also be held accountable for these breaches if they knowingly or intentionally were involved in violations.
We understand there’s a mountain of things to keep on top of, and the risk of getting it wrong can be disastrous.
Let us take the stress away by auditing your records, systems, and processes. Not only will we find the problem, we will sort it.
We can provide practical and straightforward suggestions to manage your records and maintain sensitive and important information.
If you have been issued with Enforceable Undertaking, our team of experts can assist in engaging with Labour Inspectors.
Even if you have not been issued with an Enforceable Undertaking, we can help implement processes to prevent such an event.
We can review and ensure your employment agreements comply with current legislative requirements.
Our team will review your payroll system and operational practices to ensure compliance with the Holidays Act.
We can audit your wage, time and holiday records to ensure you’re meeting your obligations regarding minimum employment standards.
Whilst we are located in Auckland, our clients are based throughout Australia, Auckland, Christchurch and everywhere in between. If you’re outside of Auckland and need employment relations advice, advocacy or assistance, we travel or work remotely. Give us a call, send an email to the office, or email a member of our team (from Our People page) and we will promptly answer your query.
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